Thursday, May 19, 2005

Education

MPA president speaks at NWCC
Yearbook and newspaper staff members from Senatobia, Lafayette County, South Panola and Coldwater high schools attended a one-day digital photography workshop, hosted by the Public Relations/Student Publications Department at Northwest Mississippi Community College April 22 in the Ann Y. Whitten Media Center. Students heard a presentation by Barry Burleson, editor/publisher of The South Reporter in Holly Springs. Burleson serves as the current president of the Mississippi Press Association. The groups also attended a session conducted by Malcolm Morehead of Malcolm Morehead Photography in Batesville. Northwest public relations major Amanda McKeown of Potts Camp goes over a layout with Burleson after introducing him at the workshop.

 

H.W. Byers kindergarten welcomes flight attendant
Mrs. Krahl’s kindergarten class of H.W. Byers would like to thank Lynn Elam for coming to our class. We have been reading about different careers. Mrs. Elam is a flight attendant for Northwest Airlines. She talked to the children about flight safety and her job as a flight attendant. The children enjoyed hearing about her job. Mrs. Elam is the grandmother of Tanner Elam, a student in Mrs. Krahl’s kindergarten class. At the conclusion of her discussion she gave all the children airplane wings.

 

Seniors celebrate
Graduations have begun in Marshall County. Marshall Academy seniors are pictured Monday night tossing their caps into the air to wrap up their ceremony. Graduation ceremonies continue this weekend for Holly Springs High School, Potts Camp, Byhalia and H.W. Byers.

 


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